This is a collection of 2500 levels for Heretic collected off the internet. There is no interface though, just levels as files on the cdrom with instructions on how to copy them to the Heretic directory and launch them with the commandline. Topics: video games, Heretic, first-person shooter
Heresies is a utility with a micro-manager and database program that interacts with Heretic and allows the user to enhance and expand operations in conjunction with the basic game. The CD contains several utilities. One is a database filled with various wad (modification) files as well as a level database. There is also an APCi Game Client that basically lets you add and subtract wads and levels to multiple databases as well as connect to any BBS game server running that specific wad or level.... Topics: video games, Heretic, first-person shooter
THE MAXIMUM HERETIC BATTLE! Over 1600 levels of MAXIMUM HERETIC Carnage Play network or modem to modem HERETIC from one menu International directory for other DOOM/HERETIC players All levels Rated and Reviewed Topics: video games, Heretic, first-person shooter
Total Ruin is a collection of programs to compliment your existing registered versions of Doom, Doom II, and Heretic. Each of the programs is located in its own directory and includes a text or documentation file that details how to install each of the programs. Because of the many different versions of Doom available, not all of the programs may work with all of the different versions. Topics: DOOM, Heretic, first-person shooter
"3D Game Alchemy for Doom, Doom II, Heretic, and Hexen" was the title for the second edition of the book "Tricks of the Doom Programming Gurus", both thick volumes on how to create your own levels and resources for the computer games Doom, Doom 2, Heretic and Hexen. The cover-mount CD was predominantly a collection of existing third-party resources for the games, created and distributed on BBS systems and collated for the book collection. Topics: shareware, doom, heretic, hexen
Interactive Entertainment (IE) was an interactive multimedia CD-ROM magazine published by Interactive Publishing, Inc. covering DOS, Windows, and console games.The magazine software was designed to run on Microsoft Windows 3.1 and Windows 95.Unlike competing printed publications which offered CD cover disks as a supplement containing demos and utilities, each IE disc was a fully self-containedmagazine offering all editorial content in the form of video, audio, and text,as well as the usual... Topics: IE, CD MAG, CD ROM, Interactive Entertainment, CD magazine, software, computer games, reviews,...